Tonearm Lifting Device, Any Ideas???

Need help in locating a tonearm lifter to lift the tonearm off the lp at the end of the side.
Sometimes the music is soooooo good that you're completely involved and get up to late to lift it.
There was a company that advertised one last year but can't remember who.
Also any suggestions on experiences with this type of item on your tt.
My TT is a Music Hall mmf 7
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Rick.
Try this....
Exersise your little pinky:-)
There is an out-of-production product called the Audio Technica "Safety Raiser" that might be found used or on Ebay. It is a very nice little unit that works better than the others I have tried. I have used the Expressimo "Lifter" and the Monitor Audio "Stylift". These are essentially the same units, as Expressimo has simply resurrected the old Monitor Audio "Stylift" design.
I currently use the "Safety Raiser" and it is the best I ever used. It could probably be found used for about $25.
I have a Profile lifter NIB, never used. I'd sell it to you for $35 including USPS shipping. Kindly drop me an email if you're interested. Best, Jeff
Hi, I have an Audio technica safety raiser in the original box with instruction sheet. It is in perfect condition with very little use. It works and looks new. I have a Grado signature arm and if you have seen that one you would know you can't use any tonearm lift on that. 25 dollars would be about right, it is a good lift. jerry
Jerry, thanks for the opportunity to acquire this lift. I had one in the misty past and look forward to using it again with my current table. This is what Audiogon is all about - good, friendly, helpful people.
Have those of you who've tried these lifters noticed any sonic impact?
Are they compatible with Spacedeck/Spacearm? Thanks, Spencer
No sonic impact. The trigger mechanism doesn't even contact the arm until the stylus is in the lead-out groove. Never tried it with a Spacedeck, but I don't think there would be any problems with it.
still looking
Thanks, Tom.
Your input is always appreciated!
Hi Kublakhan,

YES, I'm still looking.

If you have one, let me know.
Please email me directly if possible.
Thanks, Rick.